Welcome to Gabby, a family company that creates unique, transitional furniture and transitional lighting in eclectic, vintage modern, and antique style for the design and retail trade. Gabby’s truly exceptional furnishings tell a story of inspiration and craftsmanship. We continually innovate with unique materials to create something new including dining and occasional tables, chairs, mirrors, lighting and US-made custom upholstery. Our products are based off of unique ideas or concepts generated by our talented design staff. Take a tour of the Gabby High Point Showroom.
One of our favorite aspects of the South is its undeniable charm and warmth. This vibe can be found effortlessly emanating from sprawling front porches and the beauty of a cool summer night. Hill Country style, which originated in Texas, embraces the rustic nature of the landscape while still incorporating a contemporary, sophisticated feel of the modern ages. To properly outfit a Texas home, consider integrating strong, decorative accents to fully highlight the unpolished beauty of an austere home. The look can be both traditional and century-appropriate at the same time, and the overall feel should be cozy and … read more
If your clients’ design tastes typically lean towards the cool and modern, you may find them yearning for comfort and warmth this time of the year. As the bright light of summer transitions into the golden glow of fall, we find ourselves longing for a home that’s suited to the season of social gatherings and gratitude. Autumn is the perfect time to introduce transitional pieces that warm up the home. Even hardcore modernists will enjoy these eclectic furniture pieces with their own personality and nostalgic feel. These furnishings will draw customers into your showrooms and welcome guests into the homes you … read more
Typical transitional settings incorporate many different elements of design. One European country in particular, France, is known for its unique architecture and timeless decor. In the past, French manors, known as lanternes, once spotted the country’s more rural areas with charming, old-fashioned designs and influences from the ancient dynasties of China. Parisian style often features ubiquitous fabric and wallpaper patterns — known as Toile de Jouy — depicting popular pastoral and figural scenes of rural farms and whimsical forests. The intricate designs were made possible in the 1700s through the introduction of copper-plate printing technology. To this day, … read more